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pleb

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Chee dale and the smell of beef
« on: 11:14:52, 11/08/16 »
Yesterday I dug beefy out his semi retirement on the alpaca farm. Having prised off his ankle tag, we met at Buxton station as arranged, beefy having managed to fare dodge! He wanted a coffee so we found a Morrissons with a coffee machine, we paid at the checkout, lets just say he managed to get a white coffee for the price of a black! Naughty beefy............
He had never done chee dale......

Here he is with the coffee he nearly paid for............any police on here? ;D




can you see the stream in the gorge? We were now above it


all he did was fart n moan all day......................... :( :P





we stopped at millers dale but ignored the pub as beefy was too tight to pay for owt and it was his round..........

no explanation needed if u have walked with beefy!
Up monks dale

eyebright


monks dale is a bizarre place
this looming green thing is a drystone wall, believe it or not, with more moss than you can shake a stick at


we came through Wormhill village and cut across country a bit to get back
a view of some crags, you can see the monsal trail in the bottom, the cycle hire hut was still open so we got 2 coffees and an ice cream for moi, I was paying again of course >:(
hats about it, think he liked chee dale but not monks dale!
Until next time................... O0
« Last Edit: 11:24:08, 11/08/16 by pleb »

Andies

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #1 on: 11:48:43, 11/08/16 »
Enjoyed your TR pleb  O0

Have I missed something re Beefy, as I always enjoyed his TR and VR of his and April's exploits, and there doesn't seem to have been anything for ages?




pleb

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #2 on: 12:00:53, 11/08/16 »
Enjoyed your TR pleb  O0

Have I missed something re Beefy, as I always enjoyed his TR and VR of his and April's exploits, and there doesn't seem to have been anything for ages?
They quit.

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #3 on: 13:05:11, 11/08/16 »
Nice place/walk - good photos too  O0
What's this about alpacas  - I thought it was whippets/greyhounds these days ?
Only a hill but all of life to me,
Up there, between the sunset and the sea.  Geoffrey Winthrop Young.

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #4 on: 15:14:40, 11/08/16 »
Hiya pleb
Great snaps looks like I missed a good walk
Your mate beefy is a diamond geezer
I've seen a few of his movies
And Aprils reports are top notch too
When did he get back from Dubai ?
Herb O0
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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #5 on: 15:27:41, 11/08/16 »
Nice photos pleb  O0
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pleb

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #6 on: 16:07:10, 11/08/16 »
Nice place/walk - good photos too  O0
What's this about alpacas  - I thought it was whippets/greyhounds these days ?
With a man like that, who can tell the difference?

pleb

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #7 on: 16:07:42, 11/08/16 »
Nice photos pleb  O0
Yep its not a bad walk! To say the least :)

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #8 on: 19:00:31, 11/08/16 »
They quit.

Shame, they contributed a lot to the forum  :-\

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #9 on: 19:26:03, 11/08/16 »
Shame, they contributed a lot to the forum  :-\

+1

Enjoyed the photos pleb    :)    I love Chee Dale    :)

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #10 on: 19:32:17, 11/08/16 »
Chee Dale looks beautiful - you got some great photos, Pleb!  O0  I'll have to make a point of paying it a visit myself.

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #11 on: 19:39:16, 11/08/16 »
Just noticed the comment about April and Beefy leaving the forum too - also very sorry to hear that. I really enjoyed their reports and their sense of humour.  :(

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #12 on: 19:53:49, 11/08/16 »
Probably my favourite routeing route - at least of those within 45 minutes from home.  I love the way you go from Middle England to Middle Earth as you enter Monks Dale.
In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks - John Muir

pleb

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #13 on: 10:29:07, 12/08/16 »
Forgot to say, its East of Buxton a few miles, not far. U can easily find it on OS maps.

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Re: Chee dale and the smell of beef
« Reply #14 on: 13:14:43, 12/08/16 »
Forgot to say, its East of Buxton a few miles, not far. U can easily find it on OS maps.


 O0  Good to know, as I don't drive and rely on public transport for some of my solo wanderings.